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Dec 27, 2012 11:00am PST
about 3 months. and i ended up getting arrested, and i said, "i am done." i was jag corps in the military; i wanted no part of being on the wrong side of the law. and i said, "i'm going to get my life together." so, i did. i went through a drug court program. i got counseling. i got on the right meds. i did what i needed to do. and i started talking about it. and started really feeling what i had been through. and i eventually just started to get better with time. very good. barbara, what is there that needs to happen when a family, when a, when a military, ah, service member goes and gets deployed? how should we be working with the families in order to continuously provide support and what type of support need to be there in order for that military member, upon return, to be able to find a better environment to be integrated as mike mentioned earlier? the, the family needs to be prepared right from the get-go, before the deployment actually even happens. as far as the family getting together, that includes the service member who is forward deploying. irregardless, if it's the hu
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